Stone throwers warn to lift strikes in Kashmir

Srinagar: Condemning the yesterday’s statement of chairman of the United Jehad Council and supreme commander of the Hizb-ul-Mujahideen, Syed Salahuddin to carry forward the ongoing moment by taking united strategy of all separatists group.“We respect him a lot, but he knows nothing about the ongoing situation of Kashmir, as he is in Pakistan”, a group of stone – pelters said in briefing with media-persons here today.For the last two months we have sacrificed 2 dozens youth and hundreds are languishing in jail under so called public safety act, they said.While addressing news conference they said, how Government of India is taking repressive measures to scuttle the on going peaceful moment with the help of ruling political party in Jammu & Kashmir.They said we have no any other options rather than strikes and pelting stones, as our hands are free of ammunitions.While appealing to the people of Jammu & Kashmir they said to continue the process and support the ongoing strikes against the atrocious approach of forces.We will undeterred of Indian brutalities we will carry forward this peaceful movement, and anybody who interfere or try to lift the strikes would be considered as a government agent and shall be responsible for his death.Last day, the chairman of the United Jehad Council and supreme commander of the Hizb-ul-Mujahideen, Syed Salahuddin, on Friday described prolonged shutdowns and curfew as “impracticable” in a long-drawn struggle, and asked the separatist leadership in Kashmir to chart out a “united and specific strategy” that kept public economy and education undisturbed and carried the movement against India forward.Terming the current agitation as the “most sensitive and highly critical” juncture of the Kashmir movement which, according to him, was not a matter of a few days, Salahuddin said that a “serious strategy” was needed to give a specific direction to the campaign started by the masses so that their everyday business did not suffer, and the movement too was carried forward.


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